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September 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;9/3/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 8, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers world news briefs. The Swiss company Syngenta AG is planning to cultivate sugar beet in India's tropical conditions, which will be used for processing sugar for food and for conversion to bioethanol. In the U.S., Kroger Co. is planning to sell ethanol supplied by the company VeraSun at its convenience stores in Ohio and Kentucky. European Union opens bids for a tender to sell surplus wine from France, Greece, Italy and Spain, amounting to almost 700,000 hectoliters.


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